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FX.co ★ Technical analysis of the GBP/USD pair from Sept 20-25, 2021

Technical analysis of the GBP/USD pair from Sept 20-25, 2021

Trend analysis

This week, the price from the level of 1.3733 (closing of the last weekly candle) is expected to rise to the target of 1.3828 – the pullback level of 38.2% (yellow dotted line) after a small downward pullback to the support line of 1.3711 (white thick line). After reaching it, may continue its growth to the target of 1.3877 – the pullback level of 50.0% (yellow dotted line).

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Technical analysis of the GBP/USD pair from Sept 20-25, 2021

Figure 1 (weekly chart)

Comprehensive analysis:

  • Indicator analysis - up
  • Fibonacci levels - up
  • Volumes - up
  • Candlestick analysis - up
  • Trend analysis - up
  • Bollinger lines - up
  • Monthly chart - up

An upward movement can be concluded based on a comprehensive analysis.

The overall result of the candlestick calculation based on the weekly chart: the price will most likely move in an upward trend, both with the first lower shadow (Monday - down) and with the second upper shadow (Friday - down) in the weekly white candlestick.

The price from the level of 1.3733 (closing of the last weekly candle) will move up to the target of 1.3828 – the pullback level of 38.2% (yellow dotted line) after a small downward pullback to the support line of 1.3711 (white thick line). Once this level is reached, it may further rise to the target of 1.3877 – the pullback level of 50.0% (yellow dotted line).

As an alternative, the price from the level of 1.3733 (closing of the last weekly candle) may fall to the target of 1.3577 – the pullback level of 23.6% (red dotted line). After testing this line, it may rise to the target of 1.3669 – the pullback level of 14.6% (yellow dotted line).

*The market analysis posted here is meant to increase your awareness, but not to give instructions to make a trade
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